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Up very early after my shocking shower and at the border for 06-45. Rode up to the front past all the large trucks that just seemed to be parked everywhere. No one approached me, no group of wasps yapping at the same time showing their false IDs ?????/ What was wrong ??
As it is a large bike people stare and watch everywhere and the border is the same. ...
... the bathroom was disgusting, never been cleaned and had a penis painted on the door.. charming. we had to share a double bed with the loudest, most decrepid fan i have ever seen. the heat kept us awake, as did the fan noise.. at one point we just collapsed into giggles on the landing because we were both so hot, tired and sweaty i think we got a bit hysterical!
La Union was a sweet yet strange end to a curious country.. we had to keep moving to meet Gem ...
... with Jim. It became apparent very quickly that Sylvia, his date was mortified with the drunkenness of her boyfriend. After I consoled her and Jim consoled Doug we all had a good laugh, took some pictures and they stumbled down the beach to have dinner. God bless us each and every one!!
After leaving Tunco, we proceeded along the coast to the next beach town called Costa del Sol. We explored several places that weren't quite right ...
... vegetation to
lay their eggs. That knowledge didn’t prepare me for the location of this
turtle, probably more than 50 feet inland on the other side of a barbed wire
fence that was tall enough to keep people out but let turtles through
underneath. That turtle was the perfect illustration of why this population
remained hidden for so long; many turtle experts had considered the hawksbills
of the Eastern Pacific functionally ...
... take off our masks and breathing regulators underwaters, etc etc, and can go on dives. So now we can dive down to 60 ft- We did 6 dives there and saw a ton of fish-- the coolest things were this huge stingray and a huge spotted eel scarfing a lionfish.
Liz and Catie went home, and Hollie and I were going to go to Guatemala after the Bay Islands, but we heard a rumor that there were lots of whale sharks off the coast of Belize, so we headed ...